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Equine gastric ulcer syndrome

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Equine gastric ulcer syndrome

Equine gastric ulceration syndrome (EGUS) is a common condition seen in many types of horses, but is often missed as the cause of a variety problems, including reduced body condition, changes in appetite, and behavioural and exercise-related issues. EGUS has many causes and can be complicated in nature, so if you think you horse may be suffering from gastric ulcers, call your vet immediately.

What is EGUS?

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What causes EGUS?

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How will I know if my horse has EGUS?

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Can my horse be treated for EGUS?

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How can I prevent my horse from developing EGUS?

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